Two years after the record attendance figures of 2012, French films achieved excellent results in foreign theaters in 2014, with 120.2 million admissions registered and €685.2 million generated in box office revenues. For only the second time in more than twenty years, French films topped the 100 million admissions mark in international markets, compared to an average of 81 million registered annually over the past ten years.
2014 Report on the Performance of French Films Abroad
Short Film of the Month: November 2015
Every month from now on, UniFrance films will be offering you the chance to watch, free of charge, a short film (a documentary, drama, or animated film) that has attracted acclaim at recent film festivals.
Mustang picks up the European Parliament LUX Prize
Two French short films in the running for the 2016 Oscars
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has unveiled its shortlist of 20 short films that are now contenders to be nominated for the 2016 Oscars for Best Live Action and Best Animated Short Film. Two French-initiated films feature in the list.
Make a date for the 15th Berlin French Film Week
For the 15th year running, the German capital, in association with UniFrance films, will celebrate French cinema at the 2015 Berlin French Film Week, which promises to be packed with events and special guests, to be held from December 9 through 15, 2015.
Deniz Gamze Ergüven features among Variety's "10 Directors to Watch"
The Franco-Turkish director gains added international recognition with her inclusion in the American magazine's list of leading figures in the international filmmaking scene.